Google Nexus Tablet Could Release The Magazine Subscriptions

The first Google tablet could go on sale to the market with many new features. Apart from to be the first device to bring Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) could also be the first brand new magazine subscriptions service.

According to Business Insider Google sources I would be signing agreements with publishers of the most important publications to offer digital sale on Google Play. It is unknown as these subscriptions, would run if each publication will have its own application or if Google will launch an application to Google Books Play style to have inside all of our journals. A couple of weeks ago Google added subscriptions within applications, which have already done much of the work.

Apparently Google wants its new tablet to offer enough content to download from Google Play to be a real alternative to the Fire Amazon Kindle and Apple iPad, since its launch as the competition long offers this type of magazine subscriptions. Google Play currently only offers the sale of books, music and movie rentals, but not in all countries.

It is expected that Google Nexus Tablet is officially launched on 27 to 29 June at Google I/o 2012. According to the latest rumors of Google manufactured by ASUS tablet would have a 7 inch display with 720 p resolution, NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). Its price would be around for 200 dollars, and would be released on the website of Google Play. A couple of days ago appeared some alleged pictures of Google Nexus 7 which many doubt they are real.